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Overlooking the Rio Hondo, looking north from Garvey Avenue towards Rosemead. The Rio Hondo is a 20 mile tributary of the Los Angeles River, which passes through several cities in Los Angeles County. As seen here, most of the river flows in a concrete-lined channel to serve a flood control function, but in two places the river does not flow over conrete, the Peck Road Water Conservation Park and the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area. Photo dated: September, 1967.
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00068780 SecurityÂ Pacific National Bank Collection Rivers-Rio Hondo. CARL0000073091 http://126.96.36.199/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/107610
Rivers--California--Los Angeles County Flood control channels--California--Los Angeles County Rio Hondo (Calif.)